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Two downloads: Unit template and Noticias

Unit template noticias downloads

This weekend, I have been working on two different downloads.  Instead of writing two separate posts, I am including both here!  As I move away from my textbook, I want to have a concrete way to communicate the can do statements for each unit along with key vocabulary.  This also allows for extension vocabulary and students to create their own personalized vocabulary.  I have decided to come up with a unit page for each unit.  This will allow my students (and their parents) to have something to reference.  Here is my unit template page.  This is what my first unit for Spanish I looks like.  I am sure that I will continue to edit it as I go through the year.

In addition, this weekend, I also put together a news page for the news from this past week.  I included articles on Hurricane Irma and its impact on the Caribbean, the earthquake in Mexico, Gustavo Fernandez’s loss in the US Open and a short article on Peruvian Gastronomy Day.  I have included the PDF below.  Hope you can use it this week in your classes!

Noticias 11 de septiembre

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11 thoughts on “Two downloads: Unit template and Noticias

    1. Thanks so much! Sometimes I do a prereading activity where I write true/false statements and students make predictions then read the articles to verify their predictions. I have also played a Kahoot or just had a class discussion about them. Hope this helps!

  1. Muchas gracias. If you do any other noticias I would appreciate you sharing. I am always amazed at teachers with creativity and those who are willing to share with those of us who are less creative.

    1. Hello! I have shared a few news articles in the past as well- if you would like to search the archives. Martina Bex also has some great resources on TeachersPayTeachers. I am hoping to keep it up in the “off” weeks, but it is time consuming to do! Thanks for reading my blog!

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